Girl’s Golf Progress Through The Season

TIFFANY ALEMAN STAFF WRITTER The Moors have demonstrated how even through a tough season it is still possible to learn to improve. The team has continued to have a great golf season when they played against Azusa High School on Oct. 5. The game’s outcome was 3-4, with the Moors taking a very close loss. The girls were not thrilled

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Cherished Childhood

LISA PHUNG STAFF WRITTER Everyone can recall some part of their childhood. Childhood memories might serve as an important aspect that influence the way people act. The recollections of the past are those special moments formed that cannot be taken away and are cherished forever. All the memories made during childhood will never be the same as the ones made

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CHERISHABLE CHILDHOOD

XIAOYE WANG STAFF WRITTER 1)Melissa Lam 11th grade “A favorite childhood memory would be when I first got my pet dog Koda. He is a beloved and cherished member of my family. He holds a special and dear place in my heart since then to now.” *2) Celeste Thai 11th grade “I remember is sitting in the car with my

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A Fight Against Dog Mills

BINTA DIALLO STAFF WRITTER Walking into the pet store to see cute dogs can be great at first, until one actually realizes where most of these adorable pets are bred. In reality, a majority of puppies are bred at puppy mill facilities, where they are unfairly forced to breed under harsh conditions. These factories treat female dogs like products and

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Dropping the Letter Grade System

IVAN HOE STAFF WRITTER Currently, the most widely used rating system is letter grades, which judge students’ academic success based on a letter and if they do not meet the school’s expectations, they essentially failed. The letter grade system is the cause of many misconceptions in students and parents’ view on education as a whole, which is detrimental to the

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Women in Comedy

KATHERINE GONG EDITOR Like many other industries, professional comedy is male-dominated. However, there is still a wage-gap between male and female comedians, despite how comedy allows people to freely voice out concerns or criticisms about society. Instead, comedy clubs should put more effort into launching female comedians into the limelight by increasing the amount of women on stage as well

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Technology Off, Hands On

LYN ZHANG STAFF WRITTER In a classroom, students are typically asked to take notes, do worksheets, take tests and then do test corrections. However, this continual cycle is detrimental to the students, as it may not be the best learning method for some students and it destroys their creativity. In order for students to truly learn and develop their imaginative

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LA County Fair Association’s New Senior Vice President Makes New Strides

JESSE ROSALES STAFF WRITER Lucas Rivera, the Los Angeles County Fair Association’s new senior vice president, plans to help revolutionize the LA County Fair activities that create memories and bring new experiences that will have new unforgettable moments. Rivera comes to Fairplex from Grand Park in Downtown Los Angeles where he supervised programming since its opening in 2012. Under his

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Trees to “Leaf” Alhambra Elicits Undesired Outcomes

AMY PATEL STAFF WRITTER On Monday Sept. 25, the Alhambra City Council approved development of the building of the 126-unit complex known as the Camellia Court Building. This will lead to the removal of nearly 200 trees at the Scripps Kensington Retirement Community Center site, along with a 92-year-old church. There was an unanimous 3-0 vote, allowing the developer TAG-2

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